Hilary, Hilary, Hilary. Don't start making silly statements this early in the game. If you're starting this early, there's no telling what all you'll say in the heat of the campaign.
I know you want to appear to be just like an ordinary citizen. But, you're not ordinary, so don't be saying obviously untrue things like, "We were dead broke, when Bill left the White House." Nobody believes that. When Bill left the White House, he had millions in speaking fees lined up, and book deals. And, in his fall-back position, he had that cushy government pension and health care. On top of that, you, yourself, were looking at the promise of millions for speaking and writing books. Look how easily you won the race for the U.S. Senate.
No, my dear. You'd be much better off expressing your gratitude for your many blessings, and the wish that you could help everyone reach his/her potential in life. Then, pledge to work tirelessly for the poor and middle class to see that they all have the blessings that they deserve. Promise to work hard against those who want to keep them down. Name names. Call out the Republicans, including the Tea Party. Being rich won't hurt you. Doesn't everyone want that? Don't apologize for it. Own it.
Come on! You know how to do it, you've been campaigning continuously since you got out of college. And, by the way, Bill should be advising you not to make absurd statements. After all, he has learned those lessons many times himself. But, he had the boyish charm to get himself out of it, and from what I've seen, you'd better no try to rely on charm to get yourself out of hot water. I'm just sayin'.
Listen, lady, I would like to see a woman occupying the White House in my lifetime, and there are not that many years left for me, so pull yourself together.
If you keep this up, I'll be voting for whoever runs against you in the primary. I'm kind of fond of that Biden guy as it is. At least when he says something silly, it's off the cuff. And, he has plenty of that pride thingy I was talking about.
I want to vote for you, really I do. So, don't let me down, hear?